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Snow…and More Snow

As I type this, we’re still undergoing the wrath of Jonas, the winter storm. It’s the second snowfall of the week, and no one is complaining here, especially the kids. Thanks to snow and the Martin Luther King, Jr. holiday,...
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Winter Update

As we approach the second half of January, we’ve only had a small taste of winter here. The temperature tends to flux between 30º to 60º, sometimes within a few hours. That’s just typical, crazy Kentucky weather. While we have...
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Hope for Hemp

Within the last several years, Brennan and I have found ourselves meeting many new faces. It’s now a habit to introduce ourselves as owners of a diversified family farm. Both of us are always eager to experiment with new crops,...
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Notes

I am a music junkie. It’s good to get that off my chest. May I admit more? I am totally crushed at the cancellation of a Kings of Leon concert for tonight, one of their concerts I could finally attend....
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In the Bullpen

Nope, no baseball here, although we do regularly throw in a game of highly competitive volleyball. Look out. Check yourself. You got served. Okay, enough of that. At the GFC, we refer to our bull lot as the bullpen. I...
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Flat G

Six years ago, Brennan traveled abroad for the same agricultural leadership program in which I went to South Africa.  His class chose Argentina and Chile; two countries he grew to love and learn so much about.  Upon landing in Buenos...
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UK Hay

Gary mowed our alfalfa yesterday.  After a good day or two of drying in the sun, he’ll begin to bale it for hay.  The majority of our alfalfa will travel to local horse farms.  This summer, Kentucky’s favorite animal will...
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Sowing Seed

CB loves tractors.  More specifically, he loves green tractors.  He’ll jump at any opportunity to ride round and round.  Company coming?  Who cares!?  CB will drag anyone with him to ride.  Last Monday, such was the case, although his company...
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